Page One Features Editor

Hayley Kaufman

Kaufman has worked at the Globe as a reporter, columnist, and editor since 1999. As the Globe’s deputy living editor, she oversees three “g” feature sections a week, including Thursday Style, and edits the Names page. A California native and UC Davis graduate, Kaufman was previously managing editor of Stuff and Stuff@Night magazines, a staff writer at Boston magazine, and editor of the Cambridge Tab and other local newspapers.

Latest stories


Thinking about buying a sport utility vehicle or crossover? Get in line.

By Tom Voelk , New York Times

According to IHS Automotive, the segment outsold sedans in the United States last year.

Chatter bots are here to help you

By Michael Andor Brodeur , Globe Correspondent

The rise of automated chatbots may spell the end of apps as we know them.

Safety upgrade for Ford F-150

By Keith Naughton , Bloomberg News

Ford Motor Co. added more structural protection to the 2016 F-150 SuperCab to improve the pickup’s safety rating to “good” in the latest crash tests by an insurer group.


Honda brings Accord hybrid back

By John Lippert , Bloomberg News

Honda Motor Co. unveiled a gasoline-electric Accord sedan that will be exported from Japan to help deal with currency fluctuations and sluggish sales.

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By Warren Brown , The Washington Post